Monthly Momentum - August 2018

Teamworks Continues to Build Significant Growth Through H1’18, Fueled by New Client Signings and Expanded Program Offerings50+ new team signings, new leadership committee launches, and the innovative”Teamworks Academy” student-athlete program fuel company expansion.DURHAM, NC – – Teamworks, the industry leader in athlete engagement software for professional and collegiate teams, today announced details of recent campaigns, programs and client growth activities through the first half of 2018. The fastest-growing SaaS company in athletics continues to focus on deeply connecting athletes with their programs and preparing them for long-term success both on and off the field.Welcome to the #TeamworksFamilyTeamworks formed new partnerships with more than 300 teams through the first half of the year, growing its portfolio of client partners to more than 1,700 NCAA Division I teams. Teamworks is also in use at hundreds of professional sports teams, national governing bodies and conferences.Recent client partners include: US Sailing University of Delaware Athletic Department North Carolina Central University Athletic Department University of Toledo Athletic Department University of Kentucky Athletic Department Mountain West Toronto FCFurthermore, through our TeamSynced organization, Teamworks added 185 Division II and Division III teams to the portfolio during the same timeframe.Teamworks AcademyLaunched in July 2018, Teamworks Academy prepares college athletes to begin their post-collegiate careers as off-the-field champions as well, arming them with the confidence and experience they need to succeed in the business world. Designed specifically to bridge the gap between their lives in college athletics and a professional career, this postgraduate program blends personal and professional development with hands-on job experience at Teamworks. Read more about the program and this year’s cohort, and watch the piece from ABC11 WTVD.“Why Athletes Matter” Social CampaignFurther reinforcing the critical role of players within society at large, Teamworks launched a powerful new social campaign. CEO and Founder Zach Maurides covered the immense contributions of athletes to the world around us and how it relates to Teamworks mission to engage and empower athletes.Basketball Leadership CommitteeThis summer, Teamworks hosted the inaugural Basketball Leadership Committee, bringing together 11 of the brightest Division I basketball minds to discuss how to engage and empower the student-athletes of today and rising generations. Hear more from the committee on their experience.Stay tuned for more from this group, as well as reports from other Leadership Committees hosted by Teamworks as they drive the development of best practices throughout the athletics industry.Teamworks Recognized as a “Best Place to Work”The Triangle Business Journal has formally recognized Teamworks phenomenal culture and positive work environment via the publication’s annual “Best Places to Work” awards program. Teamworks has expanded investments in its people, culture and customers as the company more than doubled in both revenue and employee count for the fourth year in a row. In the last year, Teamworks expanded the employee benefits program, launched multiple employee connectivity and cultural programs and established the “Optimum Program”, a wellness initiative with the goal of enhancing an employee’s body, mind, spiritual and financial wellness. Read more about the award honoring Teamworks’ company culture and work environment.Expanding the Leadership TeamTeamworks has added two key hires to its leadership team, welcoming Hilary Shaev as the VP, People & Culture and Marc Moschetto as the Chief Marketing Officer.Hilary joins Teamworks from the NBA, where she was most recently VP, People Experience & Innovation, responsible for employee engagement and workplace culture initiatives. Previously, Hilary served as the Vice President of Marketing at the WNBA. Prior to working in sports, the Duke University graduate worked in the music industry, holding Executive Vice President of Promotion roles at both Virgin Records and Sony Music.Marc Moschetto brings more than 20 years of experience in B2B SaaS marketing to Teamworks. The Northeastern University graduate served previously as CMO at PeopleFluent and Dude Solutions, as well as VP of Global Marketing at WorkForce Software. Experienced with both tech startups and established organizations (such as Schneider Electric and GE), Moschetto is responsible for helping the company to both expand market presence and provide additional scale and support to the go-to-market teams.Investors Expand Commitment to TeamworksTeamworks board member Reggie Love, former Duke University basketball and football star and personal aide to President Barack Obama, led a $250,000 investment in Teamworks as part of its $15.3 million Series B round of financing.“We’re proud to be part of Teamworks’ unwavering commitment to athletes,” said Love. “Having seen Teamworks grow into the business it is today and the profound impact it has had on the lives of thousands, I know the company will remain relentless in empowering athletes.”“This is just the beginning”“Athletes have always been at the heart of Teamworks,” said Zach Maurides, CEO and Founder of Teamworks. “With the launch of our ‘Why Athletes Matter’ campaign, Teamworks Academy and partnerships with nearly 500 teams to date in 2018, we’re excited to be able to have a positive impact on athletes in more ways than ever before.”About TeamworksTeamworks is the leading athlete engagement software, empowering more than 2,300 clients around the world to better connect and collaborate by simplifying their internal processes. Based in Durham, North Carolina, and founded in 2004, Teamworks has doubled in both revenue and people for four years in a row. The company continues to invest heavily in technology and expand the team to respond to the increasing customer demand. Organizations that depend on Teamworks to create a culture of communication and accountability include more than 1,700 NCAA Division I programs including every Autonomous Conference institution; professional teams in the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL; collegiate and professional conferences; and national governing bodies. Visit for more information.

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